Actor Yomi Fash Lanso Biography, Net worth
Yomi Fash Lanso is one exceptional actor who is well known in the Nollywood industry. The actor who started his career as a banker has over the years built a name for himself in the movie industry, and he is considered one of the top-rated actors presently.
Over the years, Yomi Fash Lanso has acted alongside veterans like Jide Kosoko, Dele Odule, Yemi Sola, Bob Manuel, among others.
Please continue reading to see more of the details we could dig into about Yomi Fash Lanso.
Name: Oluwayomi Oluwarotimi Akanbi Lanso
Date of Birth: 7th of June 1968
Place of Birth: Lagos state
State of Origin: Ogun state
Martial Status: Single
Yomi Fash Lanso’s Biography
The actor, whose real name is Oluwayomi Oluwarotimi Akanbi Lanso, is popularly known by fans as Yomi Fash Lanso. He was born on the 7th of June 1968 and clocked the age of 53 in 2021.
According to records, the ace actor is a native of Ogun State but was born in Ebute Metta, Lagos, to Mr Alamu Olansosiwaju and Mrs Adedoyin Fashola.
The actor is the last child with five siblings, three brothers and two sisters.
The actor had his primary and secondary school in Lagos state. He went to Jibril Martin Grammar School in Iponri, after which he gained admission i to the University of Lagos, Akoka, to study Business Administration.
He also has a certificate from the Independent Television Producers Association of Nigeria (ITPAN), where he took a course in Film Directing and Producing.
Yomi Fash Lanso started as a banker after graduation from Unilag. He, however, made his acting debut in February 1995 in the movie titled Omolade, directed by veteran actor Jide Kosoko.
He happens to be among the few actors who acted on stage back in the era of stage drama.
The actor was at some point in his career banned by the Association of Nigeria Theatre Arts Practitioners for questioning its executives over the welfare of members.
Yomi Fash Lanso has acted in over 100 movies. Below are some of them;
- Aje metta
- Idoti oju
- Tani kin fe?
- Kadara Mi
- Omo Elemosho
- Dazzling Mirage
Awards and nomination
He was nominated for Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards for his role in Omo Elemosho in 2014.
Also, in 2014, he won the award for best actor in a supporting role for his role in Omo Elemosho, from NEA awards which took place in the US.
Yomi got married to his wife Adetutu George in 2004, and their union is blessed with children. The actor revealed he met his wife in a phone booth, and they dated for four years.
There is no credible report on the actor’s net worth, but he’s doing well for himself.
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